A look at Community Supported Agriculture on Long Island

Mike Massino, left, owner of Today's Organics in

Mike Massino, left, owner of Today's Organics in East Islip, plants seeds for spring crops with volunteers Maria Simon, 24, and Amanda Davis, 21, of Islip, in the greenhouse of the organic farm on Jan. 20, 2014. (Credit: Daniel Brennan)

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